In a shock to viewers, strong-willed team Carol Rosenfeld and Brandy Snow were eliminated from The Amazing Race this week — and it's hard not to blame Caite Upton and Brent Horne for their sudden exit. The pair of models didn't hesitate to give Carol and Brandy a U-turn upon their arrival to Istana Park in Singapore, which resulted in them having to complete an extra challenge and eventually get stuck with their last place finish. "I thought, 'Are you kidding me?!' It was horror. It was a million-dollar meltdown," Brandy tells In Touch of her initial reaction to learning she and girlfriend Carol had been sabotaged. Worse yet, the couple believes Brent and Caite's decision was not strategic, but personal. "We had zero idea that they had an issue with us. We were never intentionally rude to them," Brandy adds of the pair, who referred to the women as "mean lesbians" throughout the race. "We were incredibly generous and gracious. You have to wonder about all the name-calling. Caite said she hated us, but we don't hate anybody. I think other people can be the judge," Carol says when asked if she believes the couple had been discriminated against for their sexuality. Despite losing out on the million-dollar prize due to the models' game plan, Carol and Brandy have moved past their anger. "We traveled to so many places. I was overwhelmed by Asia and South America. We now think of the richness of the experience," says Carol. "We got to participate in something so few people have. Now, we're so appreciative."